man of letters, was
See also:born at
See also:Perthshire, in 1793 . He was educated at
See also:Edinburgh and at the university of St Andrews, where he studied for the
See also:church . He wrote a "
See also:Sketch of the
See also:History of Edinburgh," for Ewbank's Picturesque Views of that city, 1823—1825 . In 1826 he became a member of the
See also:Faculty of
See also:Advocates, and obtained the degree of LL.D. from
See also:Aberdeen . His
See also:works include a Critical Examination of Macculloch's
See also:Work on the
See also:Highlands and Islands of Scotland (1826), Apercu sur
See also:les Hieroglyphes d'Agypte (
See also:Paris, 1827), a Vindication of the Scottish
See also:Bar from the Attacks of Mr Broughton, and History of the Highlands and Highland Clans (1834—1836) . He was appointed editor of the Caledonian Mercury in 1827; and two years later he became sub-editor of the seventh edition of the
See also:Encyclopaedia Britannica, to which he contributed a large number of articles . He died in
See also:April 1841 .
ISAAC HAWKINS BROWNE (1705-1760)
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